The Undeclared War We Fathers Fight

We fathers - and our families - are engaged in a battle within a larger undeclared war against our culture - against Western civilization - against our entire way of life. Unless we respond immediately, we are headed for extinction.

Friday, December 29, 2006

Looking to the Government for Help

Looking to the government to get us out of the slave-master relationship we fathers have allowed ourselves to be put in is like expecting our master, who just separated us from our children, to suddenly have a heart. They don't care about us or our children, or, for that matter, the mothers. If they did, they'd make breaking the marriage contract more difficult. The life-long marriage contract is, after all, the only contract that the government, which is supposed to enforce contracts, allows one party to unilaterally break, for virtually no reason -"irreconcilable differences" - and then rewards the party that breaks the life-long contract.

Most judges don't care about us, they only care about themselves and their cronies. And we dads feed their system. We are the fodder that keeps the divorce industry - what Robert Cheney, in The Suffering Patriarchy, called The Krell Welfare Machine - going. Get over it. And stop thinking that these people are like you are. They aren't.

We need to stop expecting, by telling the system - the judges or the politicians - what is happening to our families isn't right, that they will somehow see the light and change the situation for us. They already KNOW is unjust. They KNOW we are being abused. They already KNOW children need both parents. They already KNOW fathers have the right to be with their children and children have the right to be with their fathers. How do they KNOW? You have to be an idiot to think otherwise. And these people are not idiots.

Why don't they do something? They ARE doing something. They are doing what governments do. Governments exert more and more power over their citizens until they completely control them. They are the government. That's what governments do. Governments never do things FOR people - governments do things TO people. That is why the Founding Fathers - and notice it is the Founding Fathers, not Founding Mothers - wrote the US Constitution and before the several states would ratify it, demanded the Ten Bill of Rights be added - to protect us FROM the government.

Dads, the Constitution, for all practical purposes, has become exactly what Bush, our criminal of a president, said it was, 'just a goddamned piece of paper."


If we want change, if we want redress, we are going to have to stop asking for justice. We are going to have to demand it. And keep demanding it until we get it.

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